A modernist and proud of it? You might want to tell the world with one of these modernist city tote bags at The Modernist. Read more
If you happen to head up the M6 towards the Lake Dustrict, you will no doubt spot a magnificent 1960s hexagonal concrete tower, the sign you are at Forton Services. In celebration of this iconic motorway stopover, The Modernist Society has produced the equally cool Forton Services mugs. Read more
If you haven't got time to visit The Modernist magazine's pop up shop in Salford, they sell some of their wares online too – including these 1960s architectural cushion covers.
If you have a passion for midcentury and modernist architecture and design, you might want to subscribe to the forthcoming Modernist Magazine, although the content is very much focused on the north of England.
The magazine is the work of the Manchester Modernist Society, which organises events around the north of England, focusing on its 20th century art, design and architecture. The magazine follows a similar path, with general articles covering Oscar Niemeyer's Brazil, Esperanto, logos past and original mods, to more specific regional pieces on Liverpool, Manchester and Blackburn's heritage, to name just a few things.
With a foreword by Jonathan Meades, the magazine launches in late June with a launch party in Manchester. But you can pre-order or subscribe now at the website.